Honduras’s de facto rulers said Sunday they had resolved a disagreement with the Organization of American States over a visit to the Central American country to discuss its political crisis. The government running Honduras since a coup in June had told OAS chief Jose Miguel Insulza to stay away because of his support for ousted President Manuel Zelaya. But it later reversed course and said Insulza could come on a mission with Latin American foreign ministers in the coming weeks. The Washington-based OAS suspended Honduras over the coup, the first suspension of a member state since Cuba in 1962.
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